I have to second Matt's response. If you are not listed with an agent then you should be. Most buyers will themselves be represented by an agent, who will want a commission anyway, so you ought to have someone representing YOU in the transaction. As the old legal saying goes, "he who represents himself has a fool for a client". Besides another reat benefit of having the home listed is gaining exposure. Don't get me wrong, I like the concept of advertising on Trulia and Craigslist, but have you looked on there lately? There are a HUGE glut of homes being advertised and no one home really sticks out. These sites should be a small part of a larger marketing plan
Also, what is your reason for wanting to go land contract as opposed to selling the home outright? With FHA or Rural Development financing if someone wanted to buy your home they could do it with less than $5k down, so a sale may be more appealing to a prospective buyer as opposed to land contract. I understand that by appealing to people with less than stellar credit you feel you may be adding to the pool of prospects, however in my experience people with poor credit don't typically have $5k in the bank.
Hopefully you get some good answers on here and best of luck to you... more